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Mixed Record for U.S. in Prosecuting Terror Cases

The U.S. government is using an arsenal of weapons -- including broader powers for searches and surveillance -- to bring alleged terrorists to court. But it has a mixed record when it comes to terrorism prosecutions, in some cases admitting to errors in prosecuting defendants. Hear NPR's Libby Lewis.

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Libby Lewis
Libby Lewis is an award-winning reporter on the National Desk whose pieces on issues of law, society, criminal justice, the military and social policy can be heard on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Day to Day, Weekend Edition Saturday, and other NPR shows.